“White Collar Crime” is the term used to describe different types of fraud in which deception and manipulation are used in order to gain a profit.
There are several different types of white collar crimes, such as bank fraud, insurance fraud, healthcare fraud, corporate fraud and securities fraud, all of which involve breaching the trust of an individual or individuals for personal gain.
White collar crime, no matter which type committed, is a serious offense. You are breaching the trust of many individuals by manipulating both them and your word in order to gain a profit for yourself. White collar crimes are not treated lightly by the law, and can have significant and lasting consequences. If you find yourself unknowingly involved in a white collar crime, or if you are being accused of a white collar crime, contact Tim Anderson today.